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The CDC Just Raised Its Warning Level for U.S. Travel to Three African Countries

Here's what that means.

Russia May be Deploying Missile Tied to Treaty Violation

A U.S. analyst says Russia may be putting a new type of missile into launch-ready position, despite its link to an intensifying nuclear feud with Washington.

 

Pakistani Leader Said Intent on Developing New Nuclear 'Understanding' with India

As new peace talks approach, Nawaz Sharif's government is said to eye a "very comprehensive proposal" with India on easing atomic-arms tensions.

Syrian Defector Brings Torture Photos to Congress

The former photographer for the Syrian military police said an additional 150,000 people could be killed.

Air Force Defends Shielding Nuclear Force from Service Cutbacks

Air Force brass on Wednesday defended their decision to spare nuclear-arms personnel from the force cutbacks happening in other parts of the service.

CIA Admits to Hacking Senate Computers

In a sharp and sudden reversal, the CIA is acknowledging it improperly tapped into the computers of Senate staffers who were reviewing the intelligence agency's Bush-era tort...

How Can Republicans Blunt Hillary Clinton's Foreign Policy Edge?

It's been years since Democrats held a national security advantage in a presidential race. If Clinton runs, the GOP will be scrambling to take it away.  

What the U.S. Is Doing About West Africa's Ebola Outbreak

Health officials are advising stateside doctors to watch for symptoms of the virus, while one congressman is calling for a travel ban for affected nations.

Republicans Condemn Bergdahl Swap

But Democrats on the House Armed Services Committee say the resolution is simply a political move ahead of this week's House vote on suing President Obama.

Meet the Man Now Responsible for Solving the VA Crisis

Robert McDonald got overwhelming bipartisan support during his Senate confirmation vote Tuesday.

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The CDC Just Raised Its Warning Level for U.S. Travel to Three African Countries

Here's what that means.

Russia May be Deploying Missile Tied to Treaty Violation

A U.S. analyst says Russia may be putting a new type of missile into launch-ready position, despite its link to an intensifying nuclear feud with Washington.

 

Pakistani Leader Said Intent on Developing New Nuclear 'Understanding' with India

As new peace talks approach, Nawaz Sharif's government is said to eye a "very comprehensive proposal" with India on easing atomic-arms tensions.

Syrian Defector Brings Torture Photos to Congress

The former photographer for the Syrian military police said an additional 150,000 people could be killed.

Air Force Defends Shielding Nuclear Force from Service Cutbacks

Air Force brass on Wednesday defended their decision to spare nuclear-arms personnel from the force cutbacks happening in other parts of the service.

CIA Admits to Hacking Senate Computers

In a sharp and sudden reversal, the CIA is acknowledging it improperly tapped into the computers of Senate staffers who were reviewing the intelligence agency's Bush-era tort...

How Can Republicans Blunt Hillary Clinton's Foreign Policy Edge?

It's been years since Democrats held a national security advantage in a presidential race. If Clinton runs, the GOP will be scrambling to take it away.  

What the U.S. Is Doing About West Africa's Ebola Outbreak

Health officials are advising stateside doctors to watch for symptoms of the virus, while one congressman is calling for a travel ban for affected nations.

Republicans Condemn Bergdahl Swap

But Democrats on the House Armed Services Committee say the resolution is simply a political move ahead of this week's House vote on suing President Obama.

Meet the Man Now Responsible for Solving the VA Crisis

Robert McDonald got overwhelming bipartisan support during his Senate confirmation vote Tuesday.

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